- Geng Quanrong, 47, will be served Chinese food while in Nigerian custody for the murder of his ex-girlfiend, Ummukulsum “Ummita” Buhari, on Sept. 16.
- Under Nigerian law, an imprisoned foreigner must be fed with their native food.
- The textile businessman barged into Buhari’s home in Janbulo quarters, Kano state, and repeatedly stabbed her with a knife, the victim’s mother claimed.
- Kano police charged Geng with culpable homicide last Wednesday, but the court held that it lacked the jurisdiction to entertain the case.
- Geng is expected to appear before a competent court for his arraignment.
Geng Quanrong, a Chinese man charged in Nigeria for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, will be served Chinese food in prison, authorities confirmed.
The textile businessman, 47, made headlines in the past week after being arrested for the crime, which occurred in the victim’s shared home in Janbulo quarters, Kano state, on Sept. 16.
- Geng Quanrong, 47, a textile businessman, has been arrested for allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend, Ummukulsum “Ummita” Buhari, in her home in Kano, Nigeria, on Friday night.
- Buhari allegedly broke her promise to marry Geng and instead wed another man, who later divorced her.
- Geng allegedly kept pursuing Ummita until the incident on Friday, which was witnessed by the latter’s mother.
- A house helper for Geng claimed that her boss had been depressed for days prior to the murder.
A Chinese man made headlines in Nigeria after being arrested for the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend.
Geng Quanrong, 47, reportedly confessed to killing Ummukulsum “Ummita” Buhari in her shared home in Janbulo quarters, Kano state on Friday night.
- A 27-year-old Chinese man has been unable to attain a job for years due to his young appearance.
- Many companies have rejected the man due to suspicions that he is working as a government agent investigating child labor violations.
- He shared a video on Douyin where he vented his frustrations, explaining that he is the only one who can financially care for his father.
- In one video, the man shows his ID to prove that he was born in 1995.
Due to his resemblance to a young child, a 27-year-old man in China has been unable to find a job as companies suspect he is working as a government agent.
Mao Sheng, from Guangdong province, has been facing job rejections for years due to his youthful appearance. Several companies have denied Mao as they suspect he is being used to expose companies abusing child labor laws.
- Lu Ke, the Chinese national accused of exploiting Malawian children to make racist videos, was charged with human trafficking and denied bail on Monday.
- A BBC Africa Eye documentary exposed Lu Ke’s money-making scheme, in which he allegedly paid children half a dollar to star in videos that sold for up to $70 each.
- Known to the children as Susu, the Chinese national was extradited back to Malawi on Saturday from neighboring Zambia, where he fled after the documentary caused public outrage.
- Lu Ke is being held at Maula Prison in the capital city of Lilongwe and is expected to face more charges in the next 15 days.
Lu Ke, the Chinese national accused of exploiting Malawian children to make racist videos, has been charged with human trafficking and denied bail, according to reports.
Lu Ke, 26, was handed over by Zambia to Malawi on Saturday after he fled the latter following the revelation of his alleged activities. Zambian authorities previously arrested and fined him for illegal entry and illegal stay.
- A grandfather in China has demanded that his granddaughter take his last name as repayment for taking care of his daughter’s family financially.
- The woman explained that her family relies on her father for food and housing.
- The grandfather insisted that his granddaughter change her surname to his and claimed that he will “die” if she does not.
As compensation for providing housing and food for his daughter’s family of three, a grandfather demanded that his granddaughter take his surname.
The man’s daughter, who lives in Shanghai, made a complaint to a local family conflict resolution program on Saturday explaining that her father was demanding his granddaughter’s surname be changed to his, reported South China Morning Post.
- A 33-year-old Chinese man, identified only by his pseudonym Chen Li to protect his identity, found that he had active ovaries and had been menstruating for 20 years after complaining of abdominal pain.
- Chen’s symptoms reportedly started soon after having corrective surgery for his irregular urination during puberty.
- Doctors initially diagnosed the man with appendicitis, but his symptoms persisted even after treatment; he only found out that he had female sex chromosomes last year.
- Chen underwent surgery on June 6 and was released 10 days later.
- Luo Xiping, the surgeon who performed the procedure, told Chinese media that Chen “was quickly at ease and his confidence was restored.”
- “From this point on, he can live his life as a man, but he cannot reproduce because his testicles cannot produce sperm,” Luo said.
A Chinese man who sought treatment for a recurring urinary problem was shocked to find out that he had ovaries and had been menstruating for 20 years.
The 33-year-old man, identified only by his pseudonym Chen Li to protect his identity, was initially diagnosed with appendicitis after complaining of abdominal discomfort and blood in his urine, according to South China Morning Post.
- Liang Shi, the 55-year-old Chinese man dubbed the “King of gaokao,” failed to meet the standardized test score criteria for his dream university after taking the entrance exam for the 26th time.
- With a score of 428 points out of 750, he fell short of the 605 point minimum for admission to Sichuan University, one of China’s most prestigious universities.
- The gaokao exam is China’s annual standardized college entrance exam that is typically taken during the third and final year of high school.
- Despite Liang’s failures, he said he will not give up.
The 55-year-old Chinese man dubbed the “King of gaokao” failed to meet the standardized test score criteria for his dream university after taking the entrance exam for the 26th time.
Liang Shi received his gaokao results in Sichuan, southwestern China, on June 23. With a score of 428 points out of 750, he fell short of the 605-point minimum for admission to Sichuan University, one of China’s most prestigious universities.
- Dozens of Malawians took to the streets this week to condemn Chinese national Lu Ke for his alleged exploitation of local children and demand action from the Malawian and Chinese governments.
- Lu Ke, known locally as Susu, allegedly paid children half a dollar a day to star in hundreds of racist videos, which he then sold on Chinese social media.
- Malawian authorities confirmed on Monday that Lu Ke had been arrested in neighboring Zambia.
- Protesters marching to the Chinese Embassy on Tuesday demanded that Lu Ke be tried in a Malawi court and that his victims receive compensation and psychological support.
- Malawi has begun the process to extradite Lu Ke, while the Chinese Embassy in Lilongwe says they will “work closely” with Malawi to resolve the situation.
Dozens of Malawians took to the streets this week to denounce a Chinese national accused of exploiting local children in racist videos sold on Chinese social media.
Lu Ke, also known as Susu, was featured in a BBC Africa Eye documentary that exposed his alleged activities in Lilongwe’s Njewa village for the past five years.
- A father of two works tirelessly as a decorative worker and chauffeur to support seven additional children living in difficult circumstances.
- The 35-year-old man began supporting the first child in 2014 and later funded two more children from two different families the same year.
- Every month, the man visits each family and provides them with basic necessities such as rice and cooking oil as well as gifts on each child’s birthday.
- The man has spent eight years sending each child to school with a new backpack and clothes at the beginning of every school year.
A Chinese father of two has worked two jobs to support seven additional children living in difficult circumstances since 2014.
Yang Jun, a 35-year-old man from Fuyang, Anhui Province, in eastern China, reportedly works as a decoration employee during the day and a chauffeur at night to fund seven children from struggling families. Yang typically works until between midnight to 3 a.m. and purportedly sleeps for less than five hours a day.
Zambia police arrest Chinese national accused of paying kids to say ‘I am a Black monster’ for videos
- Lu Ke, a Chinese national accused of exploiting children for racist videos in Malawi, was arrested in neighboring Zambia.
- A BBC Africa Eye documentary exposed Lu Ke’s activities last week, sparking national outrage and calls for a crackdown on Chinese immigrants living in Malawi illegally.
- In one of his alleged videos, Malawian children are seen chanting “I am a Black monster” and “My IQ is low.”
- Lu Ke allegedly paid each child half a dollar to make 380 videos every day, which he sold for up to $70 on Chinese social media.
- The Chinese Embassy in Malawi said it will “closely work” with local authorities to ensure that the issue is properly addressed.
- Malawian authorities are now expected to seek Lu Ke’s extradition.
Editor’s Note: The headline of this article has been corrected to state that Zambia, not Malawi, police arrested the Chinese national.
A Chinese national accused of exploiting children in Malawi by making them appear in racist videos for half a dollar a day is now under police custody.
Chinese man seeks divorce from wife of 16 years after learning his 3 daughters are not his biological children
- A Chinese man is seeking a divorce from his wife of 16 years after learning that the three daughters he had been raising were not his biological children.
- The man became suspicious of his wife last year when she began to avoid him.
- The man later found out that his wife was having an affair after tracking her location to a hotel where he saw her leaving with another man.
- After discovering that his children were not his, the man’s wife has disappeared. He is now asking local media outlets for help in tracking her down.
After a paternity test revealed that all three of his daughters were not his biological children, a 45-year-old Chinese man is seeking a divorce from his wife of 16 years.
The man, surnamed Chen from Jiangxi Province in eastern China, began having suspicions about his wife, surnamed Yu, last year. While Chen was working in another city to support his family, he and his wife initially called regularly until she began to avoid him and explained that she wanted to work away from home, reported South China Morning Post.
This story has been updated to include a statement from the San Francisco Police Department.
A video that has been circulating online since Sunday night has angered the San Francisco community and many are demanding answers.